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This is a dirty, muddy sort of death metal. The vocals sound like a wounded boar, which is interesting, and for me, this is the chief selling point of the album. It is a dying beast that I hear.
The insistent pounding of the drums is interspersed with thick, oozing sludge. The production isn’t very pretty, but that is because it delivers an atmosphere of ugliness.
This monstrous music is hard to compare to others, which is good. It can be safely added to your metal diet without side effects.
The last time when I heard something with a slightly similar feeling was the band “Black Pentacost” which featured anguished yelling, as of someone being tortured. The music seemed to serve as a ritual rather than as songs.
This album bears some of that, but there are words, and the vocals are more varied, sometimes sounding like psychotics who are wailing while suffering mental horrors, and at other times there is black metal rasping or spoken words, but each flavor is heavily demented. This is like a legion of demons.
The strangeness of this album is enough to merit a purchase. The dark creativity and the atmosphere of derangement provide immense pleasure if heard in the right mood. then again, simply listening can place you where you must be.
Take a chance and support originality.
See the many new faces in Bill Zebub’s controversial and offensive movie “Clowna Nostra”
The movie will be released in March but is currently available on pre-order at amazon (click)
This is the first trailer for Bill Zebub’s movie “Clowna Nostra” which is available for presale on amazon (click) and other retailers.
A colorized version of Bill Zebub’s “Crucified Santa” shirt is now available. For a limited time it is $18 in America (includes shipping). Sizes SMALL-5XL, and Ladies Baby T in S, M, L
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on ordering.
If you prefer, you can get the original black and white version.
This art was originally for Issue #7 of THE GRIMOIRE OF EXALTED DEEDS magazine and drawn by Jim Walls, under the intruction of Bill Zebub (Bill Zebub came up with the concept, and Jim Walls executed it). The colorization was done by Bill Zebub.
The “crucified Santa” shirt is available for a limited time for $15, shipping included (in the United States).
This was the cover for Issue #7 of THE GRIMOIRE OF EXALTED DEEDS magazine. During those days, printers were horrified by the art, and three vehemently rejected the job before one did so in secret, but the art was stolen ( or destroyed) by the printer.
Bill Zebub is colorizing a version of this shirt,, but for now, this art is available for you to wear with pride. Email email@example.com if you are interested.
Fans have asked for a crazy sale, and Bill Zebub answered the requests.
To claim one, Email Bill (at) billzebub (dot) com
You get an assortment of Bill Zebub DVDs and at least one Blu(e)ray -30 Titles for $150 if you order between now and November 23. If you order in Saturday, price jumps to $180 (but it is still a great deal), and a Sunday order is $200. Shipping is included in that price, baby!
This is a great way to immediately hyper-expand your collection, or you may do as people usually do – you buy this assortment with the intention to give the movies as gifts. Maybe one of your favorite people gets all 30, or maybe 30 people each get one movie. If you are in the corporate environment and get caught up in the “secret Santa” tradition, give your chosen recipient a Bill Zebub movie and you will never be forced to participate again.
If you are a fan of Bill Zebub’s work, it is highly likely that you have friends who also appreciate independent film.
If you request, these movies will be autographed, or you can request them to remain shrink-wrapped.
If you are outside of America, you get the same price, but the discs will wrapped in foil as one puck – no plastic cases due to ridiculous shipping cost (Seriously, it costs $80-ish to ship this box overseas, so the out-of-case option must be the one, but you get free shipping).
The first 10 people get at least one out-of-print movie.